#Health & Wellness

  • Article: Why Children Are the Hardest Hit in Conflicts
    Health

    Why Children Are the Hardest Hit in Conflicts

    By Harmony Guo|Dec. 23, 2016

    Children have always been the biggest victims of war. Read more

  • Article: Why Water Matters
    Water & Sanitation

    Why Water Matters

    By Gus Stahl|Aug. 24, 2016

    Though it may seem like a no brainer, it turns out water matters a lot. Read more

  • Video: Sexual health and soccer: closing the gender gap in South Africa
    Girls & Women

    Sexual health and soccer: closing the gender gap in South Africa

    By Garima Bakshi|May 18, 2016|Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

    The Girls Achieve Power Program in South Africa is using soccer to create awareness among the youth. Read more

  • Article: Changing Mothers' Lives
    ImpactGirls & Women

    Changing Mothers' Lives

    May 8, 2016|World Vision

    This global citizen is changing her mother's life. Read more

  • Article: World Immunization Week 2016: 7 days, 7 ways to improve child health
    Health

    World Immunization Week 2016: 7 days, 7 ways to improve child health

    May 1, 2016|Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance

    Investing in routine immunization programs is essential to building strong health systems. Read more

  • Article: Water brings May flowers
    Water & Sanitation

    Water brings May flowers

    April 14, 2016|Water.org

    The difference access to water can make is huge. Read more

  • Video: Right words, wrong order: what you need to know about the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child
    Citizenship

    Right words, wrong order: what you need to know about the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

    By Katherine Curtiss |April 14, 2016|U.S. Fund for UNICEF

    Powerful video shows why children need recognized rights. Read more

  • Article: Pope on contraceptives in Zika regions, what he did and did NOT say
    Health

    Pope on contraceptives in Zika regions, what he did and did NOT say

    By Katherine Curtiss |Feb. 19, 2016

    Zika outbreak could propel monumental changes in Catholic Church stance on birth control. Read more